The Federal Transit Administration on Monday released its Civil Rights Title VI compliance review of Metro; the review can be downloaded here as a Word document. The review found that Metro did not fully follow federal regulations and guidance when the agency made service and fare changes. The review dates [continue reading]
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) will soon release a compliance review that finds that Metro did not fully follow federal regulations and guidance when the agency made service and fare changes. The review dates back to 2009. It is important to note that [continue reading]
Here is a look at some of the transportation headlines gathered by us and the Metro Library. The full list of headlines is posted on the library’s blog. Beverly Hills Merchants Launch Class War Over Westside Subway (Curbed LA) Curbed picks up a story from the Los Angeles Business Journal [continue reading]
The Metro Board of Directors Operations Committee on Thursday met to consider the proposed June 2011 service changes. A full list of the proposed changes is available here [PDF]. After a line-by-line review of the changes, the Operations Committee voted to forward the proposed bus service changes to the full [continue reading]
As many of you already know, the Board of Directors of Metro are scheduled to vote at their monthly meeting on Thursday on changes and cuts in the agency’s bus service. The cuts amount to about four percent of Metro’s overall bus service. Among the cuts: five rapid lines (the [continue reading]
Metro releases FY 2011 budget; agency schedules public meeting to discuss. Service cuts, layoffs are proposed.
The proposed agency budget for fiscal year 2011 has been released by Metro staff. Here is a link to the budget, which is posted on the Metro website (pdf). It will be discussed at a special meeting of the agency’s Board of Directors on Wednesday, May 19, at Metro headquarters. [continue reading]
In the face of a massive budget shortfall, LADOT is studying all of its transit services (which include DASH, Commuter Express, City Ride and Charter Bus) in order to decide which services to alter or cut all together. The agency admits that even with service reductions a fare increase is [continue reading]